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AASA gets strong support for its assessment stand. Nation's schools,
v. 79, Apr. 1967: 92. Lll.N28, v. 79
An opinion poll found responding school superintendents over-
whelmingly supporting the American Association of School Adminis-
trator.s for its opposition to national assessment.
AASA vs. national assessment plan. School & society, v. 95, summer 1967:
288-289. Lll.S36, v. 95
The Executive Committee of the AASA advised its membership not
to cooperate with the National Assessment of Educational Progress in
Alford, J. National assessment: yes or no? Illinois education, v. 56,
Jan. 1968: 196-197. Lll.134, v. 56,
American Association of School Administrators. National educational
assessment: pro and con. Washington, American Association of School
Administrators, and Organization Relations Division and Publications
Division of the National Education Association  56 p.
Anderson, C. Arnold. The National Assessment of Educational Progress:
some technical deficiencies. School & society, v. 95, Jan. 21, 1967:
48-50. Lll.S36, v. 95
He questions the suitability of the proposal because it would
add little to present judgment of what pupils learn and because it
is not bold enough to achieve the improvement of schools through
The Assessment debate at the White House Conference. Phi Delta Kappan,
v. 47, Sept. 1965: 17-18. LJl21.P4, v. 47
A discussion summary.
The Battle over national assessment. Council for Basic Education bulletin,
v. 11, Feb. 1967: 1-7. L13.C77, v. 11
Presents excerpts from the memorandum of the Executive Committee
of the AASA of Jan. 9, 1967 opposing the program, and statements from
U.S. Commissioner of Education Harold Howe II and eight members of the
Harvard faculty of education favoring the project.
Beymer, Lawrence. The pros and cons of the national assessment project.
Clearing house, v. 40, May 1966: 540-543. Lll.C53, v. 40
Braddock, Clayton. The assignment: measuring output of America's schools.
Southern education report, v. 4, June 1969: 47-50. Lll.S752, v. 4
Brademas, John. Momentum for assessment. Grade teacher, v. 86, Mar. 1969:
16, 21. Lll.G7, v. 86
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